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Postal Service announces hiring freeze

Agency will halt hiring and promotions for foreseeable future, official says.

Obama signs supplemental war funding bill

The measure provides $33.5 billion for Defense expenses in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Senate panel approves intel chief nominee

Nomination goes to the full Senate next week.

Women’s small biz program to make long-awaited debut

SBA administrator promises initiative that’s been in limbo for one decade will launch before the end of the year.

GAO sting shows passport fraud remains a problem

State Department fails to consistently use counterfeit detection techniques or verify identity data.

House OKs Transportation-HUD bill

The $67.4 billion in discretionary funding is $1.3 billion below Obama's request.

Senate approves short-term FAA bill

The 15th extension includes additional safety measures, including new training requirements and more instruction hours for pilots.

Bill with 1.4 percent federal pay raise clears Senate committee

Appropriations bill reflects president’s budget request.

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Going green is a popular money-saving idea among feds

Energy-efficient solutions are some of the most common suggestions submitted in White House contest.

Senate committee approves online earmark database bill

Legislation would include data on all such requests before a final vote on the funding.

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